Bella Cavalli Farms

Our Wines…

Below are the ultra-premium varietal wines that we produce at Bella Cavalli…both red and white. And with each wine we’ve added a little bit of its history so you will know where it all started from and generally what you can expect when you receive one of these vintages.

Our wines are available exclusively to members of our Vineyard Club »

Tempranillo Biancco Rosso

It’s fruit-driven with a soft peach floral finish, full aromas and it comes from the Cabernet Sauvignon vine.

Flavors: A distinctively floral and light rose wine. It has pronounced Cab Sauv characters but the taste and finish are light and full of berry fruit and stone fruit flavors.

Pairing: This is a perfect summer wine to enjoy with cold shrimp salads and anti pasta and poultry meals.

Albarino Albariño

Albariño is the primary grape used to make white wine in Northwestern Spain and is considered by many to be Spain’s premier quality white wine.

Flavors: Sweet smelling, often described as having scents of almonds, apples, citrus, peaches and flowers or grass.

Pairing: Due to its bracing acidity, it is particularly suited to seafood like mussels, steamed clams, lobster, crab and white meat.

Chardonnay Chardonnay

We have captured our areas climate to produce a clean and crisp chardonnay with soft wood tones and a smooth finish.

Flavors: Rich, complex, smooth, bold, apples, figs, green, melon, pear, citrus, spice, dry, oaky and round.

Pairing: Cream/white, sauces, poultry, salmon, veal, crab and scallops. And Trout.

Grenache Grenache

The Grenache grape originated in Spain and it is known as Garnacha Tinta. It is the world's second most widely planted wine grape.

Flavors: The grape produces a fruity, spicy, medium-bodied wine which is known for its black currant and cinnamon taste.
Pairing: Stews, braises, and grilled meats, and pair the lighter versions with dark fish preparations. It goes surprisingly well with certain tomato-based dishes such as ratatouille.

Tempranillo Tempranillo

This varietal has a very short growing season and its early ripening tendency is the source of its name which means ‘little early one." The wines are a deeply colored purple and are very intense.

Flavors: Berry-like fruit, vanilla, coconut & licorice.

Pairing: Excellent with grilled vegetables and meats, grilled peppers, onions, tomatoes, chicken, or beef. A classic Spanish pairing is "patatas con chorizo" (potatoes with chorizo sausage and sometimes peppers).

Cabernet Savignon Cabernet Sauvignon

We barreled this vintage for 3 1/2 years then bottled and laid it down for another 6 months. It drinks like a Pinot Noir, light in tannins and extremely smooth unlike any Cab you have had.

Flavors: Hints of Cola, Cherry pipe tobacco, Blackberry and ripe plum.

Pairing: Pan-seared meats and vegetables.

Pinot NoirColt's 1st Show

This all Estate Grown fruit of 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, 30% Tempranillo, 30% Grenache and 10% port is a lovely full body blend to warm the mouth and your body.

Flavors: Sour Cherry. Balsamic, dried blackberries with a hint of licorice, coconut.

Pairing: Anything off your grill.

Albarino Vino Dolce

As the evening winds down, our dessert wine is the perfect cordial to serve and enjoy with your guests. When pairing a dessert a general rule is that dessert wines should be sweeter than the food they are served with. The elegant flavors of orange and cream will amuse all of your taste buds.